Behemoth sets two visits

Three-star offensive lineman Vaughn Dotsy (6-5, 340, 5.3) from Ventura (Calif.) Saint Bonaventure had an outstanding senior season that saw him earn the coveted goal of State Champion. Now that his senior season is over it is now time for him to concentrate on recruiting the behemoth has set two official visits and holds out hope for a third.
"I have set up two visits to Colorado and Arizona," Dotsy said. "On the (January) 11th, I'm going to Colorado and on the (January) 25th, I'm visiting Arizona.
"I have narrowed it down to these three schools and UCLA," Dotsy said. "I talked UCLA's offensive line coach (Bob Connelly) before their bowl game. He just called to see how my season was going and about (former UCLA coach) Karl Dorrell getting fired.
What does Dotsy like about his three favorites?
"I like Colorado because it is a school on the rise," Dotsy said. "Coach Dan Hawkins has done a good job getting Colorado to be better.
"I see Arizona as another school that is getting better and a place I can make an early impact," Dotsy said. "I also like the coaching staff especially head coach Mike Stoops and offensive line coach Bill Bedenbaugh.
"UCLA is close to home and I have always liked them growing up," Dotsy said. "I will probably make my decision a week before signing date.
Dotsy was a team leader his senior season for a Saint Bonaventure team that won the state championship over a tough Modesto (Calif.) Central Catholic team led by three-star running back Louis Bland.
"It was a great feeling winning the state championship," Dotsy said. "It was a lot of hard work, but it was worth it."
Dotsy was a member of the California Top 100 team for the class of 2008 landing as the Golden State's No. 75 prospect at any position.